Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Threat, Anxiety and Support of Anti-Terrorism Policies

Neat article by some folks at Stony Brook University. Some of it is Water Is Wet conclusions, that perceived risk of terrorism increases support for aggressive anti-terrorism policies, but the interesting thing to me was that anxiety didn't increase support, either domestically or abroad, which wasn't what I would have guessed. Paper here.

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